Free Training Webinar on:
“Electric Vehicles: Context, Technologies and Policies”
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Register to watch the EEC’s free global webinar presented by Francois Simon, an Expert from the University of Granada. Francois has a range of interests in the areas of Physics and Engineering and has published texts on various aspects of Renewable Energy including Heat Pumps and Solar PV.
As Electric Vehicles continue to push into the mainstream – Tesla’s Model 3 launched in 2017 and BMW announced that they’re set to electrify their brands and model series – this webinar will ensure you’re up to date with the latest developments and upcoming innovations in the sector. The webinar will expand your understanding of this subject by addressing the following areas:
– Context – Oil market, Transportation market, Environmental aspects. – the fusing of two sectors
– Why Electrification Matters – Vehicle electrification and alternatives, Challenges of electrification.
– Vehicle Technologies – Vehicle types, Trade-offs, Drive train configurations, Regenerative braking.
– Battery Technologies – Reliability, Power density, Life span, Costs.
– Vehicle Infrastructure – EV charging accessibility, Standardisation, Intelligent grid.
This webinar is worth one CDP hour.
Certificate of Participation awarded. Once you have finished watching you can request your Certificate of Participation by visiting this link: https://theECT.org/webinar-certificates/
Paolo Buoni, Director at the European Energy Centre (EEC). Paolo has been in charge of helping the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) launch the Green New Deal.
Francois Simon, Expert from the University of Granada. Francois has a range of interests in the areas of Physics and Engineering and has published texts on various aspects of Renewable Energy including Heat Pumps and Solar PV.
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